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Love and heartbreak, birth and death, joy amid hardship, are all here in the gripping fifth novel about the people of Mulberry Lane during World War Two. 

The war is nearly over – or is it? 

The women of Mulberry Lane anxiously wait for news. Peggy doesn’t know if she’ll ever again see Able, the American father of her twins, while a very odd letter from estranged husband, Laurie, threatens to set the cat among the pigeons. Rose can’t stop loving Jimmy, while Tom can’t stop loving her. Will Gordon ever again be the man he once was? Can he be a proper husband to Maureen, and if he can’t, what will become of their marriage? 

The men, women and children of Mulberry Lane fight on with indomitable spirit, as the endgame of the Second World War enters its most deadly phase.

©2019 Rosie Clarke (P)2020 W. F. Howes

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  • lisa lloyd
  • 11-07-20

Story good narrator terrible!

I have read and enjoyed all these books until I got to this one. I like others found this narrator awful. She is stilted and wooden in her delivery with little regard to punctuation. She starts and stops mid sentence in the most irritating way. The story is good as her all of them in this series but I’m afraid this narrator has badly let down the rest of the series .